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“ADHD Between the Sheets: Strategies for Improving Your (Distracted) Sex Life” with Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA and Linda Roggli, PCC
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how ADHD can affect your sex life, how to make time for intimacy, how to build trust with your partner, and more with Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA and Linda Roggli, PCC.
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INSTANT ACCESS! In this audio webinar and slide presentation of “ADHD Between the Sheets: Strategies for Improving Your (Distracted) Sex Life,” Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA and Linda Roggli, PCC, discuss:
- How ADHD can affect your sex life
- How you can make time for intimacy
- Why sensitivity can make intimacy challenging for the non-ADHD partner
- How to build trust on both sides
Meet the experts: Linda Roggli, PCC was raised as a Midwest farmer’s daughter, but left central Illinois for college, marriage(s), parenting and careers in radio, TV news and newspaper. After years of seeking advice from any available “expert,” she set out to live her deepest dreams. Along the way, she was diagnosed with ADD (at age 45 to be precise), which she promptly dismissed as “silly.” The ADD began to make more sense as she realized she was never content with one occupation. She retrained as a spiritual life coach, a retreat facilitator and a public speaking trainer. Then she jumped into ADD coaching (usually women, plus a few very special teens, men and couples) and created the ADDiva Network. In 2006, she transformed a suburban house into a lush garden retreat, complete with a purple tree house and seven-circuit outdoor labyrinth – GardenSpirit. She now believes firmly in her ADD diagnosis.
Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA, is a psychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. He is the author of More Attention, Less Deficit, and Understand Your Brain, Get More Done. Dr. Tuckman also has a podcast about ADHD that has over one hundred episodes and more than two million downloads and speaks about succeeding with ADHD at CHADD each year. He is a former vice president of ADDA and now has a practice in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he works with adults and adolescents with attention challenges.